From: Alexander Grund (alexander.grund_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-06-03 14:41:03
>> My vote would be 3.13 (Debian stable - soon old stable),
>> or even 3.15 which also adds the MSVC_RUNTIME_LIBRARY setting
>> and is supported by the recent
>> Btw.: AFAIK, Visual studio 2019 currently shipps
>> with cmake 3.20, but I don't know, where to look up
>> historic versions. It might be valuable to check if
>> other IDEs also have integrated cmake and what
>> version that is.
> I totally support what Mike just wrote.
> I would just choose the latest available CMake version (3.20) as the
> starting point and see how it goes from there.
I would rather not use the latest just because.
Use 3.15 if you want. That seems to be the version that added some stuff
that is useful and used, but I see no need purposely and unnecessarily
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